Artworks
mixed media wall hung sculpture
13.5" X 13.5" X 2"
2016
Mixed Media Scullpture
14"W X 14"L X 15"H (containment house) 7.25"W X 6"L X 5.25 H (suspended house 1) 4"W X 3"L X 3"H (suspended house 2)
2016
wall hung sculpture
12" X 10" X 1.5"
2015
mixed media wall hung sculpture
variable from 16" X 19" X 5"
2015
ink drawing
8" X 10"
2016
Color Photo Transparency, Light box
28" X 22" X 2
2015
drawing/writing
16" x 21"
2016
Acrylic on canvas board
Abstract Mixed Media
24" X 20" framed
2003
abstract acrylic on canvas panel
Abstract Mixed Media
24" X 22" roughly
2004
Abstract Mixed Media
Abstract Mixed Media
various
polaroid
1996
video installation
Variable
2007
polaroid
1999
mixed media wall hung sculpture
13" X 11" X 1.5"
2015
mixed media wall hung sculpture
10" X 10" X 4.25"
2015
wall hung sculpture
11.5"X 11.5"X 1.5" Closed 23" X 11.5" X .75" Open
2015
mixed media wall hung sculpture
13.5" X 13.5" X 2"
2015
mixed media wall hung sculpture
12" X 11" X 1.5"
2015
mixed media wall hung sculpture
12" X 13.5"X 3"
2016
mixed media wall hung sculpture
12.5" X 16" X 1.5"
2016
mixed media wall hung sculpture
22" X 22" X 5.5"
2016
table sculpture
6"H X 5.5"W X 6"L
2016
table sculpture
8"H X 6"L x 5"W
2016
Writing, Drawing
8" x 10"
2016
Photo light box
27" X 27"
2015
mixed media wall sculpture
variable
2015
mixed media
20"X23" (?)
2013
mixed media
21" X 23" (?)
2013

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  •   STATIC drawing/writing is my way to engage in an ideogrammatic writing, devoid of semantic content (a near-zero degree of expression) modeled on old analog TV static.  
  • STATIC drawing/writing is my way to engage in an ideogrammatic writing, devoid of semantic content (a near-zero degree of expression) modeled on old analog TV static.  
  • Another "transformation" of an object, marker on paper, dollar bill (2006)
  • Self-contained pantographic box, demonstrates the skew of a copy of a word in chalk.
  • A video installation for Athens Institute of Contemporary Art (http://athica.org/exhibit.php?ID=21 ), it is a requim for Nam June Paik as it is a play on his piece "The Moon is the Oldest TV", whereas 12 stages of the moon where spread out in an arc in the gallery wall with various shaped "wounds" made by penetrating the wall with a sledge hammer. The piece has now morphed into a book (available via lulu.com/lunde) and a video which you can see by going to youtube.com/teamcrunde.